Australian Golf Clubs have been lining up to host a regional qualifying event of The Auto Club Golf Championship (ACGC) since the PGA announced they were officially endorsing the event. The ACGC began in 2012 with 45 events and in a short two years has expanded significantly with an expected 85 events being held in the 2014/15 series.

Tournament Director John Harriss has confirmed that the long-term plan allows for yet another 15 events to be held in the future series when the schedule will be locked at 100 qualifying events spread around Australia. With the event going from strength to strength, clubs are frantically trying to secure one of the coveted spots to ensure they fix their event as part of the ongoing calendar.

Like in the first two series, the winning pair from every one of the regional events will receive travel and accommodation, plus three days of Championship golf, social functions and frivolity during the 2014/15 Championship Final being held at Australia’s home of Championship Golf, RACV Royal Pines Resort in Queensland.

So make sure your local club seizes the opportunity to host an event. Not only could you find yourselves enjoying a sensational trip to Queensland’s home of Championship Golf in 2015. It could be you who has the honour of being crowned the 2014/15 ACGC Australian Amateur Golf Pair.

You two could be Number 1

CAPTION: Stacey Keating Representing RACV Resorts at the ACGC Championship Final

Twice the fun and double the glory in the search for Australia’s best Amateur Golf Pair of 2014/15. The Auto Club Golf Championship (ACGC) now it its third series is Australia’s largest amateur golf pairs competition. The ACGC is open to all amateur golfers with an official Golf Link Handicap.  All you need to register is for one of your team of two players to have a valid Australian Auto Club Membership. With the bonus registration gift of a dozen golf balls per pair and complimentary arrival refreshments, this tournament is the best value amateur event of its kind at only $33.00 per player. Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a seasoned club golfer, grab yourself a playing partner and jump online to register for an event near you today.

To find an event date in your region and register your pair visit:



NT Darwin Golf Club 3/08/2014
QLD Palm Meadows 14/08/2014
WA Capel 24/08/2014
WA Albany 31/08/2014
WA Goomalling 3/09/2014
NSW Shelly Beach 6/09/2014
NSW Thurgoona 6/09/2014
WA Mundaring 10/09/2014
SA Berri Golf Club 13/09/2014
SA Port Augusta 20/09/2014
QLD Rowes Bay GC 20/09/2014
NSW Corowa 21/09/2014
VIC Kingston Links 25/09/2014
QLD Half Moon Bay 27/09/2014
NSW Wauchope 28/09/2014
NT Alice Springs Golf Club 28/09/2014
WA Kalgoorlie/Goldfields 4/10/2014
NSW St Michaels 13/10/2014
TAS Kingston Beach 24/10/2014
WA Lakelands Country Club 28/10/2014
VIC Kooringal 31/10/2014
VIC Long Island 31/10/2014
SA McLaren Vale 1/11/2014
VIC Leongatha 2/11/2014
TAS Royal Hobart 8/11/2014
NSW Narrandera 8/11/2014
VIC Cardina Beacon Hills 8/11/2014
VIC RACV Torquay 9/11/2014
SA Mount Gambier 16/11/2014
SA North Adelaide 23/11/2014
NSW Cronulla 24/11/2014
TAS Devonport 29/11/2014
TAS Greens Beach 30/11/2014
NSW Fairfield Golf Club 30/11/2014
VIC Maryborough 30/11/2014
SA West Lakes 7/12/2014
TAS Launceston GC 7/12/2014
NSW Eden Golf Club 7/12/2014
NSW Bathurst 7/12/2014
VIC RACV Cape Schanck 9/12/2014
VIC Cohuna 10/01/2015
VIC Box Hill 16/01/2015
SA Blackwood 18/01/2015
VIC Yallourn 18/01/2015
VIC Stawell 25/01/2015
VIC RACV Healesville 31/01/2015
NSW Fairfield Golf Club 8/02/2015
VIC Lakes Entrance 8/02/2015



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